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25 March 2016

How would you define identity? Are we talking self-identity, personal identity or physical identity?  Is there even more than one identity? In this world, everything has its own place and belonging, everything has its own purpose and everything is created by the One and Only,...

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Islamic Help has delivered emergency aid to more than 100 starving children and their families...

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22nd March 2016 marks World Day for Water, and in recognition of this, Islamic Help has...

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Acid attack survivors have taken a step towards the semblance of a normal life thanks...

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March 15, 2016, marks the fifth anniversary of the Syrian civil war, a brutal and...

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10 March 2016

Hundreds of families are being dragged out of poverty with a livelihood programme to support some of the poorest and most vulnerable women in rural Tanzania. The work, implemented by Islamic Help and funded by the Guernsey Overseas Aid Commission, is aimed at empowering 300...

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7 March 2016

They say that behind every successful man is a strong woman, yet women are universally stereotyped as the weaker gender. Perhaps this is due to the perceived fragility of a woman, which is commonly seen as feeble, but this is not the case and women...

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Islamic Help is delighted to have been awarded the honourable status of Charity of the...

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Many of us will dabble in a bit of nostalgia on World Book Day and...

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Islamic Help is hosting a unique national comedy tour exploring how the journey of a...

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The words hero and heroic are used so liberally nowadays that they have lost much...

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15 February 2016

In January 2016, Islamic Help took more than 700 Palestinian orphans from Jordan to Umrah. It was one of the most ambitious and challenging projects we had ever undertaken. Orphans programme officer Imran Boota gives a personal account of this blessed journey. Alhamdulillah, with the permission and blessings...

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